Portuguese cooking I Gift set
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- Produit authentique du Portugal
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Why I love it
- The essential to prepare a Portuguese meal.
- Authentic utensils and ingredients.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Saloio
Saloio extra virgin olive oil is a balanced olive oil with complex and persistent aromas. This oil is exclusively obtained by pressing fresh olives of superior quality. No solvents or other physical or chemical agents are used either for extraction or conservation.
- Region of production: Alentejo
- Acidity: Less than 0.7%.
- Capacity : 250ml
Olive oil decanter
The carafe is very pleasant to use, it is equipped with a long non-drip spout, a handle that is easy to grip and a tight-fitting stopper held by a chain. It is also very stable thanks to its wide base. Made of AISAI 304 stainless steel, this decanter is resistant to any alteration, guarantees the absence of transfer with olive oil and can be placed in the dishwasher.
- Material: Stainless steel AISAI 304
- Capacity: 1/4 liter
Piri-piri for chicken
The authentic Piri Piri sauce which allows to prepare the famous Portuguese style chicken. This sauce is used to brush the chicken while cooking in the oven or on the barbecue, it also allows to prepare a marinade.
- Glass bottle
- Capacity : 95ml
8 Pasteis de Nata molds
Authentic aluminum molds made in Northern Portugal and used by all professionals to make the famous Portuguese Pasteis De Nata.
- Diameter: 7.5 cm
- Height: 3 cm
- Batch of 8 moulds
Azulejos kitchen towel
Pretty kitchen towel, 100% cotton, printed with typical Portuguese patterns in blue and white tones reminiscent of the famous azulejos. This tea towel benefits from the quality of the Portuguese textile, it is very thick, very absorbent and very resistant.
- Material : 100% coton
- Dimensions : 50x70cm
Recipe of Pasteis de Nata
The real recipe translated from Portuguese, printed on a rigid cardboard protected by a film. (French)